In this weeks deep dive of D&C 71 – 75, Jason and ‘Titanium’ Nate take us on a tour of late 1831 and early 1832. From a church history perspective, D&C 71 – 75 is based around the translation of the Bible. First, Ezra Booth writes a series of letters that culminates in one of the darkest moments for the prophet in church history. Because of these letters, the early church struggles to find traction in wake of the opposition. Also, God commands Joseph and Sidney to set aside the translation and work to contain the damage. There are a few gems in these commandments. One of which is, the principle of accountability. The idea that returning and reporting is not just for time but also eternity. Jason and Nate explore time as a talent in the parable of talents. The nugget of knowledge is power is also in these revelations.
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